Time: 5 December 2008
Venue: Lewis Media Centre, Millbank, London SW1
Data Centres are more in demand than ever before. Power costs, technology upgrades, greening, overhead reduction and the enterprise quest for high levels of managed services, robust security and quality SLAs collectively continue to drive outsourcing to third party vendors. The current financial crisis and likely increased regulation could accelerate the process further.
Spurred by entrepreneurs, investors, property interests and players in the cloud space, new build of data centre sites is occurring globally. The sector is also moving in to a new phase with the emerging internationalisation of data centre players. Finance and investment in data centres has gained momentum.
In the second London forum, experts, analysts and players will consider the current scale of investment occurring in the sector, who is investing, what business models are being used and address the investment outlook in the near and medium term as the climate for risk and credit chills.
Where best to locate data centres as security concerns mount in developing locations?
Who will be the winners and losers in the data centre endgame?
Join this special one-day meeting to discover opinion, perspective and outlook to support investment decisions, learn of near term opportunities, and 1-2-1 conversations with a networking rich audience.
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